Books SchoolStudents are now in the process of selecting course requests for the next school year.  All students had the opportunity to hear information about the registration process during school on January 25th.  Below are additional copies of forms and registration materials that may be helpful to you.

    Please also note that Curriculum Night will be held on Wednesday, January 25th (presentation for 8th graders begins at 7:00 pm) to allow students and parents the opportunity to learn more about the wide range of course offerings available to students.  We hope you will plan to attend.

    The online registration window in Infinite Campus is open beginning Friday, January 27th, and all students must complete their online registration prior to Friday, February 3rd.  

    Freshmen will have individual meetings with their counselors which will take place during their Science classes on Monday, February 6th and Tuesday, February 7th.

    Sophomores will have their individual meetings with their counselor which will take place during their English classes on Wednesday, February 8th and Thursday, February 9th.

    All juniors must sign up for a time to meet with their high school counselors to review their course selection plan. Juniors should sign up for their desired appointment slot using the links on the attached page.  Please note, these appointments will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

    Registration Basics:

    Online Registration Instructions

    Registration Video Summary

    Powerpoint Presentation by Grade:   9th Grade        10th Grade         11th Grade

    Student Registration To Do Checklists: 9th Grade     10th Grades       11th Grade


    Junior Student/ Counselor Meetings:

    Sign up for appointment time slot

    Junior Planning Form (juniors, please complete & bring this to your counselor during your appointment)

    Learning More About Course Offerings:

    Course Planning Handbook

    Course Video Library

    College Credit Plus opportunities

    Graduation Requirements:

    Class of 2023 and beyond

    Seals Requirement Information

    Honors Diploma Requirements

    Financial Literacy Requirements

    Additional Forms:

    Graduation requirements checklist

    Course planning ideas form

    Searching for a Career Fit

    Summer School Information

    The Worthington Summer School information page is: https://www.worthington.k12.oh.us/Page/4034

    Time Commitment Planning Calendar

    Course Selection Sheets:

    To be Freshmen (currently 8th grade) Selection Sheet and Registration Template Guide

    To be Sophomore (current freshmen) Selection Sheet

    To be Junior (current sophomore) Selection Sheet

    To be Senior (current junior) Selection Sheet

    Teacher Recommendation Information:

    Course override form - please note, this form is ONLY needed if students are requesting to take a more difficult course than what their teachers are recommending.  If you are requesting a lateral change or an easier course, please simply notify your counselor during your appointment time.

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    What is it?

    College Credit Plus allows students in grades 7 - 12 to take courses and earn both high school and college credit.  The grades and credits earned appear on both the student's high school and college transcripts.  Students can earn up to 30 college credits per year.  (Maximum of 120 credit hours.)

    Where can students take courses?

    Eligible students can take courses at the high school taught by a high school teacher, at the high school taught by a college instructor, or at the college (online or live).  Students may choose to take courses in any combination of formats.

    What does it cost?

    There is no cost for the student to participate in College Credit Plus when the student is enrolled in a public college or university.  The high school and college share the cost for the course(s).  Students choosing to enroll in a participating private college or university might incur costs.

    Key Resources:

    Video Part 1

    Video Part 2

    Intent to Participate Form Packet - CSCC

    Intent to Participate Form Packet - COTC

    All students interested in participating in College Credit Plus (CC+) must attend an information counseling session addressing the opportunities available through CC+ including the possible consequences and benefits of participation.  This meeting requirement is being fulfilled by students and parents watching both Part 1 and Part 2 of the video and indicating that they have completed this requirement on the Intent to Participate Form.

    I want to participate in College Credit Plus - what do I do next?

    1. All students interested in participating in CC+ must complete and return the intent to participate form which also verifies that the student and parent have participated in the CC+ information counseling session and understand the rules related to participating in the program.  This form is due no later than April 1st in order for students to have the opportunity to participate in CC+ during the following school year.  Please note, this is a state established deadline.  
    2. After indicating intent to participate to the school district, students must apply for acceptance at the college/ university of their choice.
    3. Upon acceptance to the college, students will take the admissions/ placement tests needed by their individual colleges.  Please note that the colleges are authorized to substitute GPA for test scores.  Students must have a 3.0 GPA to qualify for CC+ classes.  If you do not have a 3.0 GPA, you will need to qualify with a placement test score.
    4. Students will work with their school counselor to adjust their course requests for next school year based upon their intended courses.  Please note that changes must be made within the confines of the master schedule.

    Columbus State Steps Chart and Application Directions

    COTC Steps Chart and Application DIrections

    Additional Resources

    Attached is a statewide student guide about CC+.

    What are the course placement requirements to be able to enroll in a CC+ class?

    Students are eligible to take most non-remedial classes as long as they have met the standards each college has established for enrollment into a course. 

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    college aheadThe National Association for College Admission Counseling will be providing a National College Fair in Columbus on Saturday, February 11th from 1:00 - 4:00pm at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.  Free and open to the public, the fair offers a variety of opportunities to help students simplify the college search and admission process.

    Admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities will be available to speak one-on-one with you about all aspects of the college admission process, including paying for college, admission requirements, activities on campus, and more.  The fair will also include access to gap and pre-college summer programming.  Students and parents who want to learn more about an experiential gap time from academic studies to deepen practical, professional, and personal awareness can do so at the fair.

    Students should register for the National College Fair online at https://www.nacacattend.org/23Columbus 

    Advance registration will allow you to receive fair details, avoid lines on site, and will provide you with printed barcodes to easily share your information with your selected colleges.

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    WKHS Parents are invited to join the Counselors for our Lunch & Learn Series. Lunch Learn 2022

    Grab your lunch, join us on zoom, learn about that month's topic, and ask your questions.  We look forward to seeing you!

    September 2nd topic: Coming up with a test prep plan (PSAT, Pre ACT) - link for video

    October 14th topic: What to do if my child has a D or an F - link for video

    November 11th topic: Honors Diploma - link for video

    January 13th topic: Understanding the Graduation Requirements - link for video

    March 17th topic: Mental Health

    April 21st topic: College Admissions Tests (ACT/ SAT)

    May 5th topic: Career Exploration

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    StackedSPLogo 400x400Each year at WKHS, senior students have the opportunity to participate in an internship experience at the end of their senior year as a way to explore careers and set them up for future success.  This experience takes place during the last 4 weeks of a student's high school year and they complete the internship in place of coming to their classes and completing the traditional high school coursework.  Please note though that all seniors approved to participate in Senior Project must be passing all of their classes before the internship.

    Mrs. Stubenrauch (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) is the teacher who facilitates the Senior Project experience.  Please check out the Senior Project website which includes information on how you can access the Schoology page, get the handouts, join the Remind group, and to learn the key dates for senior project.

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